The Indigenous People of Tago Are Clearly Related to the Indigenous People of Taminia Each of the Following, If True, Would Contribute to an Explanation of Differences Described Above Except - Logical Reasoning

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Read the following short passage and choose the best answer to the question below that passage.
The indigenous people of Tago are clearly related to the indigenous people of Taminia, but were separated from them when the land bridge between Taminia and Tago disappeared approximately 10,000 years ago. Two thousand years after the disappearance of the land bridge, however, there were major differences between the culture and technology of the indigenous Tagoians and those of the indigenous Taminians. The indigenous Tagoian unlike their Taminian relatives, had no domesticated dogs, fishing nets, polished stone tools, or hunting implements like the boomerang and the spear-thrower.
Each of the following, if true, would contribute to an explanation of differences described above EXCEPT

Options

  • Although the technological and cultural innovations were developed in Taminia more than 10,000 years ago, they were developed by groups in Northern Taminia with whom the indigenous Tagoian had no contact prior to the disappearance of the land bridge.

  • Devices such as the spear-thrower and the boomerang were developed by the indigenous Tagoian more than 10,000 years ago.

  • After the disappearance of the land bridge the indigenous Tagoian simply abandoned certain practices and technologies that they had originally shared with their Taminian relatives.

  • Indigenous people of Taminia developed hunting implements like a boomerang and the spear-thrower after the disappearance of the land bridge.

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Solution

Devices such as the spear-thrower and the boomerang were developed by the indigenous Tagoian more than 10,000 years ago.

Concept: Analytical and Logical Reseasoning
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